Paper Sandcastle Craft

This week, we have decided to bring a day at the beach home with some fun activities and crafts! Yesterday, we built a “sandcastle”. This craft is extremely easy and only takes a few materials!

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Materials Used

Construction Paper (White and Brown)

Scissors

Glue

A Crayon or Marker

To start, I drew several sandcastle “parts” for my preschooler to cut out. If you are doing this craft with a younger child, you can do the cutting. If you are doing this craft with an older child, you can let them draw the sandcastle themselves and have them cut it out afterwards.

After the cutting was done, we drew a door and windows. Next, my daughter glued the castle together. I let her put the pieces on the paper however she wanted them.

When your little one is done, you will have a one of the kind sandcastle that you don’t have to worry about washing away!

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18 thoughts on “Paper Sandcastle Craft

  1. That is such a cool craft idea. I would have been all over it when I was a kid. I was big into fantasty, so I loved anything with castles.

  2. Paper crafts like this were always my go-to with my kids. You can do so much with paper. The possibilities are endless. I love this one!

  3. This is such a sweet way of channeling the beach if you can’t get there in real life. Will have to this out with my daughter this summer!

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